Month: May 2012

The Cowboys Spirit

He had been ride’n the herd for about three days. Watch’n the moon as the cattle graze. He had spent his nights sleep’n in the saddle. Keep’n calves alive is become’n a battle. His old eyes were weary and needed… Read More ›

A Tribute

I have here reposted the entire post, which I usually do not do. I wanted to share the entire post on this one today with all of you as it is Memorial Day and I thought this to be a… Read More ›

You Are Not Alone

“…I’ll be with you as you do this, day after day after day, right up to the end of the age.”—Matthew 28:19 (Message Translation) What do you do when you are feeling all alone? Far too often, for far too… Read More ›

Remember Me

The Name of God written in Arabic calligraphy by 17th century Ottoman artist Hâfız Osman. Look up and see Me I am with you always Look not to yourself, but to Me When you are down and out When you… Read More ›

The Birth of Death

Death was a concept not yet introduced to the world in Genesis 4. At least not in the physical sense. For all we know our remote ancestors thought that death equaled thorns in the earth and pain in childbirth. That’s… Read More ›

Dragons of Yore

The “Ljubljana Dragon” in Ljubljana, Slovenia An old dragon of yore, born of a great one The great ones of yesteryear, a fable to many Great ones were plenty, in the times of old Great ones were power, great ones… Read More ›

Love Lost

What do we do when we are met with love unrequited, When we have brothers and sisters living lives of hypocrisy, When the face of man is seen for what it truly is? I remember sitting in the campus pastor’s… Read More ›


by Neil Anderson   Romans 8:12, 13  We are under obligation, not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh–for if you are living according to the flesh, you must die When I was in the Navy, we called… Read More ›